Kyle Cranmer joined the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute in July 2022 as the David R. Anderson Director. He is a professor in the Physics Department with affiliate appointments in Computer Sciences and Statistics.
Researchers in the UW—Madison American Family Insurance Data Science Institute and Department of Geography were recently awarded grants from the National Science Foundation to advance good data management and open-science practices.
Ben Ball joined the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute in June 2022 as its new Administrative Associate Director.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute (DSI) at UW-Madison announced nine campus research projects selected for funding through the fourth round of the American Family Funding Initiative.
The American Family Insurance Data Science Institute (DSI) is hiring a Data Science Facilitator to engage people in data science training, outreach, and community building.
The journal Machine Learning: Science and Technology has selected incoming American Family Insurance Data Science Institute Director Kyle Cranmer as its next Editor in Chief. Cranmer’s three-year term will begin this week.
The School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences (CDIS) is pleased to host Kyle Cranmer, incoming director of the American Family Insurance Data Science Institute (AFIDSI), for a RED Talk entitled “Data Science is on its Feet. Now Where is it Going?”
In 2021, Data Science Hub activities helped hundreds of people better design and tackle data rich research projects through workshops, coding meetups, and community events.
Students flocked to School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences job fair on Feb. 15 at Union South, to meet with representatives from a variety of companies offering opportunities.
The newly launched Data Science certificate program was developed in response to increased student and economic demand, and was designed to add value and breadth to a plethora of majors.